A Community of Tradition… Seeking to Serve… Touching Tomorrow!
OLMC offers academic excellence in a nurturing and Christ-centered environment. Our dedicated faculty integrates the curriculum with 21st-century technology to promote digital literacy and to prepare students for our changing society. In addition to a comprehensive curriculum, students participate in weekly art, music, library/technology instruction, Spanish instruction, health and physical education. Our school follows academic guidelines prescribed by the Office of Catholic Education of the Diocese of Camden and is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Elementary Schools.
The value of homework depends upon the student’s interest in continuing his/her learning experience. The student gains values when he/she understands these concepts:
Parents have the responsibility to provide a scheduled time and a quiet place conducive to study, to exhibit a real interest in their child’s accomplishments. The recommended time allotment for assignments suggested by the Office of Catholic Education is:
Homework is not just written assignments. Reading and study assignments are just as important. All assignments are written in a notebook or distributed on a homework sheet each day. Failure to complete assignments are incorporated into the subjects’ mark at the end of each report period. Repeated missing homework will result in parent conference and referred to the administration.
When a student is absent, homework will be assigned as make-up work following the student’s return to class. Appropriate time will be given before the make-up work is due for completion. Or will be made available for pickup on the day of the absence